Meet Andrew Goodenough, Pearns Point’s latest architect


We are delighted to welcome Andrew Goodenough to our team of award-winning architects, joining us in addition to the talented Piet Boon to assist homeowners in creating their perfect home.


Born in 1951 in Solihull, England, Goodenough began his architectural studies at Edinburgh University and went on to study at the prestigious Architectural Association in London, the oldest independent school of architecture in the UK and one of the most competitive in the world. Some of his tutors included Rick Mather, Sue Rogers, Alan Colquhoun, and Rem Koolhaas.

In 1976, Andrew set up a practice as Goodenough & Crump in Fulham, London, and spent three years working mainly in residential and studio conversions. In 1979, he set sail across the Atlantic, landing in Antigua and spending a year cruising and working in Haiti before returning to Antigua to establish his own practice.

Not long after, Andrew was commissioned to undertake an expansion project for Curtain Bluff boutique resort in Antigua. He is also one of the brains behind The Sandpiper hotel’s design. It is one of the most awarded luxury hotels in Barbados, surrounded by lush gardens filled with tropical flora, creating an atmosphere of ultimate privacy.

Using clean, understated lines inspired by nature, paired with a wealth of experience as an architect of tasteful luxury in the Caribbean, Goodenough is perfectly suited to the principles of Pearns Point. Our homes are individually customized to reflect each clients’ personality and exacting standards while respecting the native landscape and merging harmoniously into the backdrop of Antigua’s mesmerizing western coast.



See more of his work on his website.